The case of the missing zero

I asked this earlier so thought I'd try again. I am pulling in the current time into one of my Storyline modules.

The time displays correctly when viewing the Flash output but in html5 the leading zero does not display when the minutes are under 10. So 7:01 displays as 7:1

This problem was also occurring in the Flash output but I added some code that fixed it in Flash but not in html5.

Here is a link to the storyline file. I was hoping that somebody could take a look at my code and tell me what I am doing wrong.

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/73851/demo1slide.zip

Thanks so much

Nancy

6 Replies
Alexandros Anoyatis

Hi Nancy,

Do you have to use "meridiem" ?

My JS code involves just 2 variables so it's a little different, but it all works in one JS call.

Just make sure to include two additional text variables, SystemDate and SystemTime in your story (JS code attached.

Hope this helps,
Alex

Nancy Woinoski

Alexandros Anoyatis said:

Hi Nancy,

Do you have to use "meridiem" ?

My JS code involves just 2 variables (SystemDate & SystemTime) so it's a little different, but it all works in one JS call.

Alex

@ Jerson - I am probably in the same boat as you when it comes to JavaScript. I just know enough to be dangerous. I have checked around in the various forums but so far with no luck.

@ Alexandros - I don't have to use the meridem but it like it because it displays the time in am and pm. It is nicer than using the 24 hour clock. I'm not sure if this is what is causing the problem. It seems to display correctly. The only issue I am having is the leading zero on the minutes.